Amy B. Monahan
Professor of Law; Solly Robins Distinguished Research Fellow
Johns Hopkins University, B.A.
Professor Amy B. Monahan joined the Law School faculty in Fall 2009. She teaches and writes in the areas of federal taxation and employee benefits law. Her current research interests include employer-provided health care, health insurance regulation, and both public and private retirement plans.
Professor Monahan received her B.A. from The Johns Hopkins University in International Studies, with university and departmental honors. She received her J.D. from Duke University School of Law, where she was managing editor of the Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law. Following law school, she practiced with Sidley Austin LLP in Chicago.
She has previously taught at Notre Dame Law School and the University of Missouri School of Law. Professor Monahan served as the Chair of the American Association of Law School's Section on Employee Benefits during 2008-09, and in 2010-11 was appointed to the Institute of Medicine's Committee on the Determination of Essential Health Benefits. She was named the law school's Stanley V. Kinyon Tenured Teacher of the Year for 2010-11.